The Zeitgeist Arts group presents Man of La Mancha, one of musical theatre's most enduring works. The story of the would-be knight Don Quixote, as a play within a play, is performed by Miguel de Cervantes, the author of the book Don Quixote and his fellow prisoners as they await trial with the Spanish Inquisition. Director Sheryl Jensen shares her take on Man of La Mancha, with a preview, this week on The PlayList.
Minnesota glass artists Jim Sage and Bob Husby show us the artistic fruits of working in a creative relationship where one artist's passions fuel another's. Jim Sage's art metal and blacksmithing expertise coalesces with potter Bob Husby's know-how in the realm of ceramics as they explore working with glass. Husby and Sage share their style and procedure (methodology?) as The PlayList takes you inside their studio.
Hibbing Community College's theatre department presents a unique production of David Auburn's Proof, a contemporary play about fear, love, and mathematics. These themes are all intertwined into one young woman's struggle to untangle the skein of her identity and integrity by proving the authenticity of her deceased father's maddening, mathematical proof. The production's director, cast, and crew share the finer nuances of what goes into a production like this, on The PlayList.
Where else but the rustic North Shore haven of Grand Marais, will you find an Americana/folk band that really captures the essence of their genre? That's exactly what you'll find in Unnamed Stream when they bring their four-piece ensemble to our studio. Members include Eric Frost (guitar and vocals),Jessa Wallendal (fiddle), Bill Hansen (dobro), and Barbara Jean Johnson (banjo, viola, and vocals).
Also learn about the Duluth Art Institute's Arrowhead Biennial Exhibit and the Duluth Playhouse's production of 'White Christmas'.